1 Visual arts overview
No more lost legacies
Much of what we see and experience in the arts today are part of the visual arts. As an advanced discipline woman were at a disadvantage for centuries. Traditionally men dominated the visual arts. This left many women unnoticed, and their stories lost to time. We have dedicated our resources to telling their story. A vital and absent story of women and their accomplishments. We would like to rediscover their legacies whenever possible. We feel capturing the emotion of these stories is an important part of our work.
A short breakdown in today’s light for students in the visual arts
- Art and Design
- Practical Arts.
The visual arts are numerous and broad they span an exceptionally long historic record. As a study in art history visual expression encompasses ancient and prehistoric artist announcement and continue throughout history to make an impression on individuals and groups.
Bring it forward
Create present and respond art (CPR). There is much meaning conveyed in many women artist’s works. Bringing their story to the forefront will define the cultural context of their story and the meaning of their work. How do we relate to the story and the artist? What make a woman an artist? What makes it great? What Makes it valuable? Many women pull off what make art aesthetically pleasing. In a local context it most always understood and appreciated.
Let’s tell the story
If you have or know someone with a deceased female artist in their family share her story with the world! We will post it on our online repository for the world to see. We are dedicated to ensuring her story lives on. Contact us below and we will get in touch with you by email. We will create the post and ask you to provide a photo of the artist and example her artwork whenever possible.
- Contact us we will get in touch with you by email and create the post.
- Birth and death date with short biography and type of art.
- Once contacted provide a photo of the artist and example her artwork.